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Posted on 1998-06-29
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Hello,
I wold like to control WORD 97 throughout OLE mechanism from a C program.
I read on MSDN about a new way, that make it more simple than before.
Neverless I need a CAPI set of system function in order to do ii.
Anyone knows about it ???
Are they free library or not?

Thank you Santo
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Yes, there's a new way, but you need to use C++ to use that. If you're only using C, then there's nothing that you can easily use to quickly build an application to control Word.
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Ok for C++,
what about CAPI?
Is possible to get it and where ?
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